…provided by the Family Practice Oncology Network

Register at http://ubccpd.ca/webinars

The Family Practice Oncology Network hosts nationally accredited monthly oncology CME Webcasts with the University of British Columbia’s Division of Continuing Professional Development. There is no charge for these sessions which run from 8-9:00 a.m., Pacific Time, and are accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for one Mainpro+ credit each.

  • September 21: Endometrial Cancer and Atypcal Endometriosis presented by Dr. Janice Kwon of the BC Cancer Agency Vancouver Centre and Dr. Paul Yong of BC Women’s Hospital
  • October 19: Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma presented by Dr. Diego Villa of the BC Cancer Agency Vancouver Centre
  • November 16: Supporting Men with Prostate Cancer presented by Dr. John Oliffe of UBC Men’s Health Research  The BC Cancer Agency’s Family Practice Oncology Network invites you to take part in its November 18 Family Practice Oncology CME Day – a great opportunity to gain the most up-to-date knowledge on in-demand oncology topics for primary care, and to build useful cancer care connections. Insightful presentations and workshops from leading oncologists and specialists. 6.5 Mainpro+ credits.

UPDATED PALLIATIVE CARE GUIDELINES AVAILABLE The BC Cancer Agency’s Family Practice Oncology Network partnered with the BC Guidelines and Protocols Committee to update their Palliative Care Guidelines including current drug tables and costs. 2017 updates now available: The Palliative Approach to Care, Pain and Symptom Management, and Grief and Bereavement. See www.fpon.ca or bcguidelines.ca

Register today at www.fpon.ca

Most Webcasts are recorded and available at www.fpon.ca. Earn additional Mainpro+ credits through the College’s Linking Learning exercises: www.cfpc.ca/Linking_Learning_exercises

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